From her first flight at 15, Jackie Moggridge was hooked on flying. However, with the outbreak of World War II, Jackie's training was cut short. Determined to fly, she joined the ATA. Ferrying aircraft from factory to frontline was dangerous work, but Jackie excelled. She ferried more than 1500 aircraft during the war, more than any other ATA pilot, male or female. Spitfire Girl tells Jackie's remarkable story, in her own words. This is the memoir of the remarkable Jackie Moggridge: female pilot, Spitfire expert, and pioneer.
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